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Tiffani Thiessen, best known for her roles on "Saved By the Bell" circa 1990s, and in the original "Beverly Hills 90210" has scored a new cooking show in which she lets viewers into her home as she hosts dinners with her celebrity friends.
Set to premiere on The Cooking Channel later this month, "Dinner at Tiffani’s" will feature Thiessen in her ‘favorite’ role, that of dinner host, she said.
Throughout the series, Thiessen will travel down memory lane with old castmates such as Mario Lopez, Elizabeth Berkley and Jason Priestley and sit down to dinner with other celebrity friends such as Lance Bass, Seth Green, and Nathan Fillion.
Fans will get a peek into Thiessen’s personal life as mom, wife and homemaker and learn her tips for throwing dinner parties.
Expect dishes like roasted dates with smoked bacon and goat cheese, and gourmet pizzas topped with ricotta, arugula, grapes, pine nuts and lemon zest, and watermelon champagne cocktails.
Thiessen is the latest TV celebrity to parlay her fame into a cooking show.
Alfonso Ribeiro, best known for his role as Carlton Banks on "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," will host "Unwrapped 2.0," which explores favorite snack foods on The Cooking Channel.
Over on The Food Network, Valerie Bertinelli has teamed up with Duff Goldman to co-host "Kids Baking Championship" which premiered this week.
"Dinner at Tiffani’s" premieres February 25 at 10 pm ET/7 pm PT in the US.
Fans can also stream the pilot on CookingChannelTV.com/Tiffani beginning February 9.